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EL CENTRO - A 46-year-old male was struck by a pickup while sitting next to a dirt track by a canal near Dogwood Road and Main Street on Tuesday afternoon. “I was sitting right next to him,” said Michael Johnson who explained he and the...
Australian Steve Elkington, a 10-time PGA Tour winner, will be the featured speaker at the annual Toshiba Classic Breakfast with a Champion presented by The Allergan Foundation at the Newport Beach Marriott Hotel & Spa on March 12. Elkington, known as...
News briefs from Lake Zurich, Wauconda. Village announces website improvements Lake Zurich Mayor Suzanne Branding announced upgrades to the village's website at the town's last board meeting. First, residents are now able to pay water bills through...
Channel 2 NewsThe Mat-Su Crime Stoppers seek information about two suspects who stole items out a parked vehicle in the Wasilla Wal-Mart parking lot, according to a Crime Stoppers public service announcement. Shortly before midnight on December 27, 2012, Wasilla...
Tags: Theft, Crime, Law and Justice
Seeking to accelerate their Ultraviolet digital initiative in order to keep consumers buying movies as they abandon traditional discs, six Hollywood studios announced a promotional partnership with top electronics companies at the Consumer Electronics...
Samsung has been making a strong push with its ads this year -- employing LeBron James, poking fun at Apple and even using memes to its advantage -- and the effort appears to be paying off. The South Korean tech giant topped a list released Wednesday...
The European Union slapped seven companies with nearly $2 billion in fines Wednesday over alleged schemes to fix prices for expensive tubes used in computer monitors and televisions, its heftiest fine ever against what it called “textbook cartels.&...
Tags: Europe, Politics, Fines, Science and Technology, Punishment
KTLA NewsLos Angeles, Calif. (KTLA) Ten flat screen television manufacturers have agreed to settle a lawsuit for just over $1 billion, in what's considered the largest anti-trust consumer class action lawsuit in U.S. history. Among the manufacturers are AU...
Staff WriterFor many local shoppers, conquering the chaos of Black Friday is all about strategy. Mexicali resident Omar Galbec had his game face on as early as Tuesday evening to gain a jump start on the anticipated midnight competition. “I got in line at...
Tags: Business, Robert J. Lopez, Holidays, Sales, Blu-ray Discs
Story TellerBlack Friday eve and the line of shoppers extended around the Best Buy box store in Dallas--in the crowd is Yesel Gutierrez who camped for nearly two days to get a good deal. "I'm hoping to get the 40 inch Toshiba for $179.00," Yesel beamed. Her and...
Tags: Target, Toys "R" Us, Inc., Walmart
Running off at the typewriter … If Tryptophan could talk: "You think I cause people to fall asleep over the Thanksgiving weekend? Have you seen the Gators offense?!" … But, seriously, if Florida can beat Florida State today, the Gators...
This year’s Black Friday shoppers were split into two distinct groups: those who wanted to fall into a turkey-induced slumber and those who’d rather shop instead. Stores typically open in the wee hours of the morning on the day after...
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